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How many of you were born before 1995? watch

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    (Original post by serah.exe)
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    Spring of 1992

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    (Original post by jammy4041)
    I was born in June 1994.
    No way!!! Same

    What date?
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    haha lots of oldies..... im a millennium kid (born in January 2000) is it wrong to be proud of it? cause when someone asks im like
    me: born in january
    them: what year?
    me: 2000
    them: so your a millennium child
    me*big smile*: yeah dude
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    Some of you guys are too old to be on a student forum lol
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    (Original post by ZuluK)
    No way!!! Same

    What date?
    June 22nd.
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    A very special day in 1995
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    (Original post by jammy4041)
    June 22nd.
    **** you man don't lie!!!!!!!!! The same day as me!!! Lol
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    November 1999 😄
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    (Original post by iamthetruth)
    Some of you guys are too old to be on a student forum lol
    Didn't realise there was an age limit, bruh.
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    Does 1996 count?
    I still find it absolutely mind-boggling that teenagers nowadays were born in the 2000's. Only 19, but I'm feeling very old; I feel like I'm savagely holding onto identifying as a teenager. :lol:
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    1995 baby
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    (Original post by Josb)
    I was already 6.
    I was too.
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    (Original post by Amy. J S)
    I still find it absolutely mind-boggling that teenagers nowadays were born in the 2000's.
    This is a really scary thought! They're not old enough to remember 9/11. I was in year 8 when that happened.
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    (Original post by OU Student)
    This is a really scary thought! They're not old enough to remember 9/11. I was in year 8 when that happened.
    I know what you mean! Its endless and doesn't stop. I know I was only 5 when it happened, but still. I've always held onto the fact that I was born in the 90's, I just grew up in the millenium.
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    (Original post by Amy. J S)
    I know what you mean! Its endless and doesn't stop. I know I was only 5 when it happened, but still. I've always held onto the fact that I was born in the 90's, I just grew up in the millenium.
    My cousin wasn't even born when it happened. He'll be 13 in April.Just where did that time go?!
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    The idea that 1995 makes you an "oldie" is adorable.

    I started secondary school in 1995.
    Absolutely!

    Just as it may seem odd to a lot of people on here that walking and talking among them are people born pre-1995 (I was born pre-1980; OMG!!), it's equally weird to me that they weren't even born when Forrest Gump and The Shawshank Redemption came out at the cinema, The X-Files started building a cult following here on BBC2 (iirc), and Nirvana were all the rage.
 
 
 
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